Floor Plans & Rates

Housing Charges

*Please Note: Our waiting list is currently closed.

Housing Charge in a co-op is equivalent to rent in commercial housing. Member housing charges pay the mortgage, property taxes, capital expenses and operating costs. Because the co-op is a not-for-profit organization, housing charges tend to be lower than rents in similar commercial units.

Members pay for utilities. The utility costs in the chart include heating and are estimated on equal billing payments. The estimated cost for townhouses in the chart includes the cost of gas which heats the hot water.

There are 58 three-bedroom units and 28 four-bedroom units, four of which are accessible.

Occupancy guidelines state that there should at least be three persons in a three-bedroom unit and four people in a four-bedroom unit.

The waiting list for housing charge assistance (subsidy) is closed.

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